|K||K.I.3.1.||ELA||Inquiry-Based Literacy Standards (I)|
|K||K.RL.P.4.1.||ELA||Reading – Literary Text (RL)|
|K||110.11 (F)||ELA||Figure 19 TAC, Reading/Comprehension Skills Kindergarten|
|K||110.11 (D)||ELA||Figure 19 TAC, Reading/Comprehension Skills Kindergarten|
|K||110.11 (C)||ELA||Figure 19 TAC, Reading/Comprehension Skills Kindergarten|
|K||K.RI.P.4.1.||ELA||Reading – Informational Text (RI)|
|K||K.RI.LCS.8.1.||ELA||Reading – Informational Text (RI)|
Students will become familiar with the similarities and differences between fiction and non-fiction texts.
Fiction and non-fiction texts can help us understand the world around us.
Read Stelleluna by Janell Cannon
On a blank piece of paper have students sketchnote to create drawings and/or record important ideas, words or phrases in the book as a means to activate their memories and retain information.
Have a few students share their sketchnotes with the class explaining an important idea to the group.
Explore Wonder #1755 Are Bats Birds?